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IrisMAN PS3 Backup Game Manager v3.35, New WebMAN Mod by Aldostools

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5w ago - Following up on IrisMAN v3.33 and WebMAN Mod v1.34.05, today today PlayStation 3 developer Aldo Vargas (aka Aldostools) made available IrisMAN PS3 Backup Game Manager v3.35 alongside WebMAN Mod v1.34.06, v1.34.07, v1.34.08, v1.34.09 and v1.34.10 Multi 23 with help from M@tsumot0 and details below.

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GameSonic Manager v3.45 PS3 Backup Game Manager is Updated

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5w ago - Following up on their previous updates, today Italian PlayStation 3 developer Orion has updated the PS3 Backup Game Manager to GameSonic Manager v3.45 followed by v3.46 Christmas Edition with details below.

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To quote, roughly translated: Here is the new version of guys Gamesonic Manager that comes to version 3.45 with only three new features, but this time not counts the number but the quality.
 

Videos: New No Man's Sky PlayStation 4 Trailers Revealed

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7w ago - Hello Games Managing Director Sean Murray revealed new No Man's Sky PlayStation 4 trailers today with details below for PS4 fans!

To quote: Hello! I'm Sean from Hello Games, and I'm having a bit of a crazy weekend here in Vegas!

A year ago today we first revealed our game called No Man's Sky. These twelve months have been life changing for all of us at our little studio. Your response to what we're making has been inspiring, affirming, and only sometimes totally terrifying. But in the best way

We've only shown the game off twice, once at VGX's last year, and then again at E3. Since E3 we've been working incredibly hard, and I know some people were keen to see more of the game.

No Man's Sky is a science-fiction game, set in an infinite procedural universe. It's a hard game to summarize sometimes, so I always want us to release direct gameplay, to just capture moments from the game, without lots of cuts. Yesterday at The Gaming Awards, we gave a glimpse of more gameplay.





I'm also incredibly excited to announce that 65daysofstatic, probably my favorite band, is going to be writing a new album of music inspired by NMS. Their music has always provided the soundtrack to everything we've shown...
 

Batman Arkham Knight: Look at the Scarecrow Nightmare Missions

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7w ago - Rocksteady Studios Social Marketing guru Gaz Deaves offers a first look at the Scarecrow Nightmare Missions in Batman Arkham Knight on PS4 today in a PlayStation 4 video trailer below.

To quote: Hello on behalf of Rocksteady Studios and WB Games!

In our previous two videos, you've seen Batman infiltrate the Ace Chemicals plant, take on the Arkham Knight's militia forces and engage a platoon of unmanned drone tanks in the awesome new Batmobile, all with the objective of bringing Scarecrow's devastating plan to a halt.

We've demonstrated some new game features including the "Fear Takedown" and gadgets while gliding, as well as showing you the seamless integration of the Batmobile into the core Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay.

In this third and final part, we'll see Batman remote control the Batmobile to solve puzzles, and push his combat skills to the limit as he tackles a room full of armed mercenaries to save the Ace Chemicals' workers. Plus you'll get the first reveal of the showdown between the Batmobile and the Arkham Knight's powerful attack helicopter.

As an added bonus, check out the first look at the PlayStation-exclusive Scarecrow Nightmare Pack.






 

Video: A New Journey Through No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4

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7w ago - Hello Games' Alex Wiltshire shared a PS4 video today which showcases a new journey through No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4 with details below.

To quote: It was almost exactly one year ago that we announced No Man's Sky at VGX 2013.





So when Geoff Keighley gave us another amazing invitation to show it on The Game Awards 2014, of course we jumped.

It's kind of fitting that we should show you how the game looks today. In one year, we've done so much. The galaxy is fuller of life and consequence. We constantly find ourselves facing unexpected situations, and surrounded by unfamiliar forms.

So here's a tiny window into it: a new No Man's Sky trailer, exclusively unveiled at The Game Awards tonight.

We wanted to take you on a journey to demonstrate five ways you'll travel through No Man's Sky's infinite worlds. From hearing a distress signal, we find ourselves spanning the galaxy. It's just one story that you could find yourself writing as you play. There are so many more.

That's not all for No Man's Sky. Watch out for more from us over the weekend at PlayStation Experience, including A Night Under No Man's Sky tomorrow night.



 
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